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. >>> and need for speed. erin andrews takes us inside a nascar race car as it hits top speeds. can she handle 4 gs at 170 miles per hour? >>> good morning, america. and good morning, dan harris. just back from iraq. where you were covering the official end to the combat mission there. >> thank you. i was back here. >>> want to talk about the weather this weekend. hurricane earl is now tropical storm earl. it moved past long island about 8:00 p.m. last night. 11:00 p.m., it was downgraded to a tropical storm, with sustained winds at 70 miles per hour. it was that strength it swept by cape cod and nantucket. >> so, the good news is that storm wasn't that bad. no hurricane-force winds. no widespread damage. the bad news is that the storm has created serious migraines on this labor day weekend, with travel delays, dangerous 15-foot waves in some areas and a ton of rain in new england. in north carolina this morning, they're trying to get those flooded roads open again, so vacationers can get back out to the outer banks. now, we're hearing that there are two more storm systems teed up out in the atl
for "weekly standard." erin billings, roll call and columnist charles krauthammer. steve, first about the policy announcements, proposal put forward in ohio by the president. >> the most important thing to take away from where we are today, president three months ago and the white house making the argument that the stimulus succeeded, that this was going to continue to be period of recovery. now you see them say in effect it hasn't succeeded. they're not acknowledging that openly of course. but acknowledging it by the policies. it hasn't succeeded and we have to put forward a plan, bit-by-bit plan adding up to $250 billion to do essentially the same thing we try to do the first time. that didn't work. virtually nobody believes that this will have any significant economic impact in the near term. some people think it will help encourage businesses to move payments that they might later. forward. it allows them to recalculate how they will count the withdrawal, or the deductions on spending for equipment, things of that nature. in terms of how it's going to affect business spending, bus
ahead. >>> yesterday, i had the chance to interview erin andrews. she knows what she's talking about when it comes to college football and we'll discuss maryland, navy and boise state and how kraft is trying to feed 20 million people. this is more than a corporate plug for a cheese company, what they're doing is above and beyond deserving recognition. ,, >>> it's 6:30 and the sky brightened considerably outside. and that's a pretty picture and more humid than yesterday. sharon's been watching the busy traffic day. >> let's go to first warning doppler weather radar. we have a cold front across the area now. we're, frankly, not getting any rain out of it. the sky's will clear before not too long. we'll look at the day part and what we're thinking is, by lunch, 87 on the way the 88. we're in the stuffy. mid-70s. >> the rush from sharon gibala right now. >> we have accidents that could get in your way, in timonium, watch for an accident there. and south parka street at south frat. and a disabled vehicle on the onramp from eastbound liberty to the outerbound of the balletedway. there's a
that right now. erin an drew drews is with les miles. >> erin: you're moving fine, seconds ticking away what are you thinking about? >> i'm thinking, the game's over, we're in 50 formation. we have to make sure we tie up those loose ends. we can't fin pitch games as sloppily as we did that one. >> erin: what happened to the offense in the second half? >> turn the ball over. it's a problem. we got aggressive with our -- made a couple mistakes, quarterback slot in terms of penalties. got sloppy in the second half. >> erin: why was north carolina able to have success in the second half? >> they started hitting slants, they played well. >> erin: thanks so much. >> see you. >> brent: i want one more look at this play. linebacker against the tight end. this is very, very close. francois, 23 reaches over with his left hand. >> kirk: after yates saw the ball fell to the ground. he wants the pass interference call. >> brent: it was very, very close. hat's off to the tar heels. and lsu got to go back to the drawing boards. 30 points in the first half. they couldn't score a touchdown in the second half
about this? politics and policy. the panel, fred barnes from "weekly standard." erin billings from roll call and syndicated columnist, charles krauthammer. fred, what about this? >> contrary to what nancy pelosi says, there is a big doubt about what congress will do, on the whole tax thing. i mean for one thing, it's a bad idea to raise taxes during a recession, or during an economy that is as weak as the one we have now. so weak it's not reducing unemployment or able to, because it's not creating enough jobs. fewer than the number of people entering the job market. it's -- senator hatch said the democrats don't have the votes. if you are running for congress, in a district that's not some safe liberal seat, do you want to vote for a tax increase for people who make over $250,000 a year? when these are the people whether you like it or not, who provide the investment in start-up and companies that create jobs. that's not some secret economic fact. that's the way the world works. so it's a crazy idea. and, you know, at least nancy pelosi, give her credit for talking about having a vote o
. >> erin, you're 25 now, the oldest of sen kids. i believe you were 16 when the attacks ppened. now, how has tuesday's children helped you as you have grown into adulthood? >> they have really managed to make it a seamss transition whetr or not you're still grieving or ready to move rward. they have provided programs that have helped whatever stageyou are. >> bridget, you were 12 at the time and you're now 21. how well do you remember your father? >> tt's kind of hard. s old you can't re's bmember much. it's been nine years now. so the meries kind of yfade. but my family and i like to keep my dad's memory alive by telling stories abou him and remembering him. >> did tuesday's children help you through the s? grieving process? absolutely. ealsnt through the helping program. we went to costa rica and did a community service project and basically it's the idea that by doing community service and helping other people you help yourself and help yourself through that grieving process. >> , erin -- >> it really did work. >> erin, what's your message to children who have lossm parents to terror
panel, fred barnes of "weekly standard." erin billings from "roll a" and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. the conventional wisdom is o'donnell can't win in delaware and they can't win the senate. are we writing off o'donnell and the grassroots movement that gave her a victory too quickly? >> yeah. she can win. it's not impossible. it's harder than if castle won in the primary. like tea party like alaska and utah, the states are conservative states so you nominate a tea party candidate who is conservative and is going to win easily in those states. delaware is different. it's leaning democratic. not a conservative state. it will be tough for her, but it could be a we have an election where the republicans win in unusual places. we'll see republicans win a lot of seats, many of them they have had before in new england and new york and pennsylvania this year. delaware, i wouldn't rule out the fact her prospects for winning harder but not impossible by a long shot. >> chris: erin, we talked earlier that james rosen had a piece about king makers. sarah palin and we'll talk about h
of "the cook political report," erin burnett, anchor of msnbc's "street signs" and e.j. dionne columnist for "the washington post," and rich lowry, editor of the "national review." >>> good morning. president obama will spend next week talking up his proposals to improve the economy and lower the 9.6% jobless rate. "the new york times" reporting this morning that on wednesday in cleveland he will ask congress to extend a corporate tax credit for research and development. with the election season officially under way now, this labor day, the president must convince voters that democrats will offer the best prescription for turning the economy around and creating jobs. with us now from his home state of south carolina, republican senator lindsey graham. senator, welcome back to "meet the press." >> thank you. good morning. >> i want to start on the economy. the president reacting to the latest jobs numbers in the rose garden on friday offered this assessment of where things stand. let's show that. >> but the key point i'm making right now is that the economy is moving in a positive directi
. >> live at the new york stock exchange, erin, please. >> all right. so we'll give you the market headlines. >> look at her hair. look at that hair. >> what? is it good? >> good. >> all right. >> no wind. there's no wind there. >> very lucky. >> no wind here. just wind of a sort we don't like to talk about. plenty of that down here. dow, 8.4% higher for september. that's best september since 1939 so coming into the final few days of september with a lot of optimism and today, guys, big headlines. we have three deals. companies do deals when they're confident and we have confidence today. walmart going to spend more than $4 billion for the biggest retailer in south africa. you got unilever with the nexus conditioner shampoos for nearly $4 billion in cash and paying it right now. another sign of confidence and southwest airlines putting in a bid for air tran. all that adds up to confidence. overall market, 100 of the 500 stocks in the s&p 500 at least at one-year highs and nine companies trying to debut this week here in the markets which is another sign of optimism. so, optimism rules when i
in some surprising places. here's erin hayes. >> reporter: these are city kids in the front yard, they play on the sidewalk. but in the backyard, they run with the chickens. six chickens that provide fresh eggs every day. they're among thousands of families raising backyard chickens from portland to brooklyn. >> once you eat fresh eggs, you just can't go back. >> reporter: bill rupert craves fresh eggs. so, he built a super coop in his suburban st. louis yard. >> we have eight eggs today so far. you're doing a good job. >> reporter: the martin family lives nearby. their chickens are popular with the neighbors, especially since this summer's salmonella scare with commercial eggs. >> definitely. and i have a lot more people asking for eggs now than i ever have. >> reporter: more and more, people want to know where their food is coming from. >> i have a lot more control than just going to the grocery store and picking up a carton of eggs. >> they're free, which is really nice. and, there's an unlimited supply, so -- i'm never without. >> reporter: most cities that allow backyard chi
, a heartbreaking story. >> erin and brian wood are expecting their first child coming this november. a few days ago their car crossed the center line of the highway. a car was headed for their suv. that's when brian made this split-second decision to save his wife and unborn children but she's going to share the story just ahead. >>> on a much lighter note more of our parenting series. today why is it we women turn into our mothers. i don't know quite how it happens but it does. sometimes it's a very good thing. >>> and we're going to get some design from the design guru himself mr. nate berkus and ben affleck is going to be stopping by. oh, look at your face. >> i like ben. >> all gushy and everything. >> you be quiet. >>> first a check of the top stories with ann curry at the news desk. >>> swiss diplomats are making arrangements to post bail for sarah shourd, one of the three american hikers held captive in iran. mahmoud ahmadinejad promised she would released this weekend but iran's judiciary stepped in with conditions that include a $500,000 bail. >>> inspectors are assessing how many people d
with erin burnett. get that one piece right and the rest of the room will just fall into place. see your ethan allen design center for two beautiful ways to save. [ dog barking ] [ sniffing ] [ male announcer ] missing something? like 2 pairs of glasses for $99.99 at sears optical, with bifocal lenses for just $25 more per pair. hurry in to sears optical today and don't miss a thing. [ animals calling ] lenses for just $25 more per pair. ♪ [ pop ] [ man ] ♪ well, we get along ♪ yeah, we really do - ♪ and there's nothing wrong - [ bird squawks ] ♪ with what i feel for you ♪ i could hang around till the leaves are brown and the summer's gone ♪ [ announcer ] when you're not worried about potential dangers, the world can be a far less threatening place. take the scary out of life with travelers insurance... and see the world in a different light. >> welcome back to "morning joe." it's 8:30. time on a check on business before the bell with erin burnett, live at the new york stock exchange. good news? >> good news. this is really interesting news, guys, because today the fed's go
: erin gilchrist, news. >> you are it looks good, red hook lobster goes to various districts. >>> well as delicious as the lobster roll might be, we can all agree there is nothing like a homecooked meal. that was lindsay czarniak's thinking when she decided to catch up with former wizards' star, caron butler, over lunch. she took him to her mother's house to eat and to find out why he still considers washington his home even ter being traded to dallas. >> hello! >> hi. >> how are you? >> good. >> good. great to see you. >> thank you. >> that's caron. >> and your brother. >> nice to meet you. >> so what are you making today? >> we're having fresh tomato basil soup. i hope that you like that. >> uh-huh. >> and we're having chicken sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwiches in teriyaki sauc >> uh-huh. >> and then i made some keylime pie for dessert. >> do you le that? >> i'm in. >> training in dallas in february and for you i would imagine it was a good situation, obviously. you go to a playoff contender. it was kind of a fresh page for you, did you fol like, in your career? and what was it l
" paper says sylvester stallone, ann coulter, condoleezza rice, erin brockovich, richard branson, tim allen and suzanne somers all turned down offers. the report also said melanie griffith lobbies to get on the show every season and is always turned down. ouch. >>> well, joan rivers also told wendy williams that she got in touch with the show saying she wanted to do it, but they never got back to her, prompting rivers to give the "dancing with the stars" producers and obscene suggestion. >>> finally, conan o'brien announced the new title of his upcoming tbs talk show on youtube yesterday, saying the name is "simple and pure like the man himself." the title -- bill, can you guess? drum roll, please. what do you think? >> um, it's definitely not "letterman." >> look at the screen. look at the screen. it's just "conan," simply "conan." >> should have named the show "leno." >> bill, we can't get into that here. we all signed agreements, didn't we? kidding. >> if i'm not here tomorrow -- >> you've done worse than that, bill. i know you'll be here. this is from wbbh, nbc 2 in ft. myers, flo
to extend tax cuts to all but america's top eriners engaging in what he calls a wrestling match with republicans. >> >> we can't give money away to folks who don't need it and think we're going to balance our budget that way. >> now they want to drive another nail in the coffin, a massive tax hike on the very people who will grow the economy. >> but democrats say they can get small businesses to start higher if law makers move a jobs bifment designed to give better access to credit and capital. >> small businesses are holding off and hiring while they wait for us to act. >> senator reid says this measure could create up to half a million jobs, but republicans call the measure costly and in effective. there are procedural votes scheduled on the bill later today. i'm kate amara. back to you, sarah. >> new this noon, police are searching for a suspect in a deadly shooting in southeast baltimore. officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest on the 1,700 block of cane street. he was taken to bay view hospital where he died. >> also carroll county sheriffs are inve
'm introducing legislation today that ensures no one in this country will pay high erin come taxes next year than they are right now. >> we are still in this match with john and mitch about the last two to 3% where on average we would be giving them $100,000 for people making a million dollars or more. >> because of midterm elections leaders say it's unlikely anything will get done on capitol hill until after november. >>> residents in san bruno picking through the ruins of their homes as investigators work to prevent a repeat of that gas explosion. tonight they are trying to track down anyone who reported the smell of gas. they say they have no record of any such calls. in a 2007 document the owner pge called the pipe a risk for failure. a report the company now refutes. last week's explosion killed four and destroyed 50 homes. >>> a few months ago we first told you about the small town of bell california where the city's top officials were found to be making huge salaries. shortly after the news broke the mayor, city manager, police chief and others were run out of office by angry residents.
in the trailer is locke high school, failed 40,000 of 60,000 students, the way erin brockovich would talk about a factory that's polluting the drinking water of the local community and shows himself driving past three public schools every morning to drop his kids off at a private school. you know, he said when he made his film on global warming, he was aiming to try to persuade the guy who drives the pickup not a prius. this is aimed at liberals and it's very powerful. >> paul: is this a major cultural turn in the argument, jason? this is the second such movie we've talked about earlier this year. the lottery, focused on the harlem reform. is this a significant cultural term? >> i hope so and you think it has that potential to sway public opinion, but we know from covering education over the years you really need to get your hands dirty in terms of the politics and the public policy and the sad reality is that one of the stars of this movie, bill, is now fighting for her job. >> is fighting for her job, extraordinary. >> michelle reed and this is a woman appearing on oprah, on the cover of time
the playground equipment. the company, which was established 45 years ago, originally made wood erin furniture. but recently intense competition from low-price foreign rivals forced it to come up with something new. so to boost sales the company set its sights on corrugated cardboard. cardboard is easy to process. by using it instead of wood the company can cut production costs by 90%. using a special ultrastrong cardboard the company now makes a variety of products including rickshaws. the firm can now even create a room with beams, pillars, and floors all made from cardboard. >> translator: because ultrastrong cardboard is so durable, there are many different ways to use it. we hope to raise awareness of the material so its value can be better recognized. >> reporter: another company that has realized the business potential of paper is focusing on shredded paper. shredded paper used to be disposed of as refuse because the short fibers were too difficult to recycle. this company, though, developed a technology to recycle the shredded bits. they turn shredded paper into a powder and mix it wit
coulter, condoleezza rice, erin brockovich, richard branson, tim allen and suzanne somers all turned them down. is that enough people for you? well, the report also says melanie griffith lobbies to get on the show every season and is always turned down. joan rivers also told wendy williams that she got in touch with the show, saying that she wanted to do it it, but they never got back to her, prompting rivers to give "dancing with the stars" producers an obscene suggestion. >>> and finally, conan o'brien announced the new title of his upcoming tbs talk show on youtube yesterday, saying the name is "simple and pure, like the man himself." can you guess it? it's right there on your screen. that's right, it is just "conan." that's it! >> maybe he should have spelled it backwards like nanoc. >> like harpo and oprah. that's right. anything you do that oprah does turns to gold. >> that's true. the harp youo. she's kind of ruined it. you can't copy that. >> i like cocoa show. >> maybe i'll suggest him. >> he's on speed dial, what are you talking about, with "early today." >>> and this comes to u
everything that you have to say. i would like to first acknowledge from the senator's office, miss erin keenan. we know that center -- senator yee is a strong advocate for mental health in san francisco and throughout the state of california. we appreciate him sending a representative here to witness the proceedings. thank you very much. i want to welcome you all to the public hearing on the impact of the mental health budget cuts. over the past 10 years, the severe reductions in inpatient psychiatric bed capacity has led to a crisis in san francisco. these cuts are a great threat to public safety. they expose the city to increasing costs in crime and homelessness while failing to provide humane treatment and the hope of recovery to residents with mental illness. when services are cut, we end up paying higher costs in our hospitals, streets, and jails. tonight, we will hear from front-line positions -- physicians who have seen a reduction in bed and services and the increasing demand from clients. we shall also herar from an officer from the san francisco police department who will spea
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of the board of rabbis so i am excited to talk to rachel, erin and abby. >>> thank you very having us. >> what is the year of civil discourse and why focus on israel? >> we are really excited about this project eric. we are launchling this because of controversy that brewed within the jewish community. we at jcrc are often -- most of our work is looking at community relations outside of the jewish community but the way in which our community dialogues about israel and other controversial matters has signaled to us we also need to focus at building bridges within the jewish community. we are launching initiatives to elevate the level of discourse within the jewish community on controversial issues. we heard from community leader who have felt verbally and physically attacked because of their support of israel and other leaders who have been calling for a two state union for years. what we found is that everybody on all sides of the political spectrum within the community, has felt alien ated and marginalized. we aim to have a exclusive community that will build community cohesion and make every
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and the unborn baby. erin woods says her husband swerved their car to protect her from a head-on collision with an out of control suv in washington state. he turned the car so his side of the vehicle would take the impact. he was killed. th morning erin shared her story on the "today show." >> that was a choice that he made to sacrifice himself to t keep me and theat baby safe because that's just the kind of guy he was always.al >> well, officials have arrested 21-year-old jordan weicker. she lost control of her vehicle when she decided to remove her sweater and asked a passenger to f the suv.heel o charges are expected to be filed later today. >>> well, she'sknown for her outlandish costum on stage. she's a showman after all, but at thege of 64, is singing crossing the line with this revealing outfit? we're not talking about the outfit being revealing, but the age appropriateness of it. we're going to talk about it. is that it allows me to be outside. [ male announcer ] we bet you'll love zyrtec®, too -- or it's free. [ vonetta ] it is countdown to marshmallow time. [ woman laughs ] ♪
neutrals like alive and camel. >> speaking of the bright colors, we have erin here wearing an on trend look. >> like a red. we associate valentino, but armani. what i love about this red is not a lot of women feel comfortable in red. a red sweater is a great option for fall. for $39, you can get this amazing color. you also want to think about the colors you are pairing with. think about denim, camel and anything with brown. those are great combinations with the red. find a great pair of jeans. this equestrian look with the great patches on the elbows and the military. >> you have the brass and the tassel on the back. it gives you a head to toe look. i bought that sweater the other day in olive. that's the next color trend. erin, you look color. let's move over to the next model, danielle. speaking of the olive and military, that's in. >> we have been seeing a lot. every celebrity has been wearing this in a casual way. what we are seeing for fall is military glam. i love these. these are from the gap. the way they made it fabulous is adding the tuxedo stripe. for $49 you have this great pai
to make a difference in people's lives. we got a question from erin in fairfax. trying to settle a family argument. she says can you splees explain the difference between a pig and a hog. i think they're related but my mom says a hog is simply a grown-up pig. >> i'm going to leave this one to you. >> gurvir? >> i used to ride hogs when i lived on a farm years ago. >> you are a farmer. >> i don't know. >> of a >> i've got the answers inform europe, they are all known as pigs. doesn't matter how old they are, what size they are. in europe, it is a pig. here in our country, the united states, a young swipe not yet weighing 10 pounds is a pig. >> and the big guys are the hogs. >> and the big guys, once they get older, more physically mature and weigh more than 120 pounds, they are known as a hog. >> so it is a size thing. >> it is a size thing and an age thing. i think the words are used interchangeably. >> erin's mom was right. >> yes. >> i thought the hogs were football players. >> the razorbacks. that is a kind of hog. >> how about porky? what would he be ? >> he is a pig. >> if you have
on that ballroom floor, erin andrews on who had the right moves and who has explaining to do. good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> the situation is making excuses. he only had five days. good morning, america. >>> there's a story coming out. you may have heard of this college senior who wanted to do a paper on apple. she wasn't getting answers. so, she decided to e-mail steve jobs directly. he replied. and it created a little bit of a cyberspace e-mail war. we're going to get into that this morning, as well. >>> and stay tuned. we have a special reunion. the cast from the unforgettable -- one of your favorites. >> i love this movie. >> "the breakfast club," 25 years later. we'll have that for you. >>> now, a story that's touched ouch a nationwide discussion on what parents should do if they find their child is being bullied. a father in florida confronted some that had allegedly bullied his daughter. we're going to speak to him, about why he snapped. first, the latest on this controversial confrontation. you're watching a father at his breaking point. >> everybody sit down. everybody sit do
will be here. up next, erin burnett leaving the new york stock exchange. find out what she is doing next on the "morning joe." [ waves crashing ] [ waves crashing ] ♪ call me ishmael! ♪ ♪ ♪ [ man ] moby dick. [ voice command ] "searching for moby dick." ♪ [ beep beep beep ] ♪ ♪ ♪ people they come together [ male announcer ] at&t and blackberry have teamed up to evolve the smartphone. at&t. rethink possible. to evolve the smartphone. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. >>> isn't that pretty? >> let's put chris on the air. >> chris? >> i guess we're going to drive this into the ground, into the ditch, and as we're sinking into the mud, you're going to keep stepping on the accelerator as the wheels spin. to se
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